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Antique aquamarine and seed pearl necklace made in the early 1900's


This antique necklace was made in the early 1900's and is set with the most delicate soft blue colour aquamarines that look so beautiful set amongst the seed pearls in the wonderful design that will always be admired.

Made in 9 carat gold, the necklace is typical of the work by the early Australian jewellers of this era. The way the two pear cut aquamarines at the bottom go to one side gives this necklace such a fluid and naturalistic look to it, even though the two stems coming down are fixed. Each set with charming seed pearls in a petal design with a further aquamarine at the top of each, set amongst the scroll design at the top are more aquamarines and seed pearls. And then with a final aquamarine at each end leading to the chain, this section from each end aquamarine across to the other measures 6.1cm across by 6.8cm from the top scroll to the lowest aquamarine.

Fitted on a 45.5cm chain, this allows the aquamarine and pearl section to sit perfectly on the neckline where it will always stand out and look so beautiful.


Stock# ES9527

Circa: 1910



Antique aquamarine and seed pearl necklace made in the early 1900's

This antique aquamarine and pearl necklace is typical of the jewellery of the early 20th Century.

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